Hunger games is obviously better than twilight, twilight was just boreing as hell. When I watched the hunger games movie, when the tribute wolfs randomly burst out of no where I jumped five feet into the air and slammed my elbow on the arm rest... Oww > - <
I'm only read the first Hunger Games but it totally depends on if your talking about the books or movies.
The Twilight movies where s**t put onto a DVD (Although they did better on Part 1 of breaking dawn.) They need to re-do the entire thing. They didn't cast Bella and Edward very well.
The books were ok but I didn't see the point of New Moon; everone just wanted to burn it.
The Hunger Games movie rocked. except they could have done the animal attack better. They were suppose to look like the dead tributes.
The Book was great. I can't believe that it took so long for it to become so popular. IT WAS AWESOME. Sad and totally barbaric but awesome.
i loved the books for the hunger games and the twighlight was really boring and the movie for twighlight was kinda boring too but ampires suck was alot better than twighlight, and the hunger games movie was really good and i cant wait till Mocking Jay!
Which was a better remake of the movie? Why do you think so?
Hunger Games for sure! i felt that Twilight was not at all par to the book. When i saw that the movie red riding hood was from the producers of twilight i was like "well, eff that then..." 4laughblaugh
I am actually glad that most are against twilight, I agree there is no comparison. One is a book about political views and freedom from oppression. It has a sound plot with very built characters who fight for what they believe in. I won't spoil the ending though for those who have not yet finished all three books. Twilight, don't make me laugh. Granted at first I enjoyed them then after all the hype with the films, which I felt were poorly acted and awkward with dialogue, I stopped. Bella is a weak character with no backbone and does not fight for anything particular except to live forever. Granted most of us would probably like that, but I digress. The books should not even be compared because at least with "The Hunger Games" you could write a political paper on it for college in subjects such as history or literature and compare it to past governments and oppression. Twilight, you can't even do that, maybe for some modern day English class in regards to why people like the series but that is it. Just stating that this is my opinion.